This is the main bud on a Sativa plant just before harvest. Sativa bud structure is often long and thin, almost like spears. The resulting buds end up looking a little bit differently after they get trimmed from your standard Indica bud, which tends to grow more in “chunks” Hopefully, you are now more prepared to grow your own Sativa marijuana plants indoors! • Feminized : Yes • Autoflowering :` Yes • Medical value : Medium • Medical use : Stress relief, anti nausea and anti depression. • Lineage : Skunk #1 x Afghani Hash x Ruderalis • Genetics : 80% Indica dominant • Location : Indoor / Greenhouse / Outdoor • From seed 2 crop : ± 64 Days (9 weeks) • Flowering (indoor) : ± 48 Days • Outdoor (harvest) : n/a • THC : Medium (14%) • CBD : Medium • Yield (gr/plant) : 30 -> 60 (± 140gr/m2) • Stature (cm) : Elegant & Stealthy (40/70) • Grow difficulty : Novice (Easy) Skunk auto.
Fraggle Skunk Auto is the result of crossing a Super Skunk selected in 1999 with a Lowryder. This productive strain offers all the flavor of an authentic Old School strain in an autoflowering version. Fraggle Skunk Auto grows slender and branched, being highly resistant to pests and diseases. Outdoors, it develops quickly and vigorously and its size is higher than the average ruderalis hybrid. Grown in 20 liter pots easily exceeds 1.20 meters making it a highly productive autoflowering strain which can be harvested 70-90 days after germination. Indoors with a photoperiod 20/4 it is easily our most productive autoflowering yielding 500-600 gr/m2. Fraggle Skunk Auto offers a very special, sweet and fruity flavor with traces of Super Skunk that persists in the mouth. Its effect perfectly combines a relaxed state with an ease that invites socializing. Ideal for smoking in the company after a hard day's work. Genetics: Super Skunk x Lowryder (ruderalis hybrid) Indoor harvest: 70-90 days from germination Outdoor harvest: 70-90 days from germination Indoor yield: 500-600 gr/m2 Outdoor yield: 120-140 grams/plant THC: 18% CBD: Low.
What are the charges for growing marijuana outside in Colorado? On behalf of Shazam Kianpour of Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C. on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 Last modified on Tuesday, September 25, 2018. Last week, we told you about how many Coloradans are confused about the laws governing the growing of personal marijuana. After all, many people assume that since the recreational use of marijuana is now legal under Colorado law, they should be able to grow it in their backyard, right? As we mentioned last week, Colorado law expressly says that it is вЂњunlawful for a person to knowingly [вЂ¦] grow [вЂ¦] a marijuana plantвЂќ unless certain safeguards are taken, including the requirement that the plants be grown in a locked and enclosed space вЂ” meaning it cannot be grown outside where anyone can access it. Therefore, if you decide to simply grow marijuana outside in your backyard вЂ” and not in a locked and enclosed space вЂ” you may be arrested and charged with: A level 3 drug felony if you have more than 30 plants A level 4 drug felony if you have more than six, but not more than 30 plants A level 1 drug misdemeanor if you have not more than six plants. In addition, you can face significant charges if you decide to grow more plants than is allowed by law, even if you are growing them in an enclosed and locked space. For example, a recently-enacted Colorado law states that most residences can only have a maximum of 12 marijuana plants вЂ” although certain exceptions exist, not to mention that some cities have passed their own ordinances. If you violate this law, you can be looking at substantial criminal penalties, regardless of whether you had the plants locked up or not. Southern Exposure When looking for a good location to grow, keep an eye out for an area with southern exposure. This means an area with no hills, trees or buildings blocking your precious sun. Good Soil Good soil doesn’t have to mean bags of expensive soils. Granted this can give you great results, but it isn’t always cost effective or necessary. Find a landscape supply company that sells bulk soil, you can start with that and save a lot of money. $30–$70 bucks can get you an entire truckload of quality soil. Make sure the soil has good drainage and add perlite if needed. While soil with some nutrients is great, don’t forget you can always feed your plants when you water. Adding amendments to the soil is an easy and cheap way to boost your soils potential. Timing With Planting Growing outdoors successfully hinges on how happy your plants are. Giving them a good start from day one makes a big difference. The long nights early in the spring will often induce flowering much too early. If you start your plants inside, make sure you don’t move them outside until the days are longer and the nights shorter. Seeds can be started the end of March or April as long as the freezing nights are behind you. Security When picking a location and setting up your garden, remember to plan for security. This means keeping people from finding it, and keeping animals out. If you are gardening in your backyard, build a fence tall enough so that the plants don’t peak over.
Game cameras are a good addition to guerilla grows. They let you know if anyone has found your garden and will tell you what critters are visiting. Start With 1 Line Of Nutrients Like indoor growing, start with 1 brand of nutrients. That brand of nutrients has everything your plants need to be happy. Adding to much fertilizer can overdo it and cause problems.
Larger Holes = Larger Plants When you dig your holes, or choose your beds or bags, size matters. A deeper and wider area for the roots will produce a bigger health plant.